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Sophy Wang
  • Graduate Fellow 2006-2007
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Biography

(Sophy) Qian Wang earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Fuldan University in 2000 and an M. Phil. in philosophy from the University of Hong Kong in 2002. She earned a doctorate in philosophy from Tulane University in 2007, and wrote her doctoral dissertation, on human rights and liberal toleration in John Rawls’s Law of Peoples, under the supervision of Professor Bruce Brower.

Dr. Wang’s principle research interest lies in political philosophy, specifically human rights and individual liberty.

She is attending New York University School of Law.

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